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- New York May Not Be Tough Enough on Dwis
- Educating Students about the Dangers of Distracted Driving
- South Students To Attend Program On Distracted Driving
- Tiffany’s Law Links all New York Intoxicated Vehicle Offenses
- New York State Cracks Down on Texting While Driving
- New York Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists Increase Risks
- Inexperienced New York Teen Drivers More Likely to Commit Errors
- Motorcoach Safety Still Needs Improvement Following New York Bus Crash
- Choosing a Trusted Lawyer to Pursue Compensation For You After an Injury
- Tips to Follow After a Motorcycle Accident
- Appeals Court Upholds Wrongful Death Settlement in Water Trampoline Injury Case
- Graduated Drivers’ Licenses for Teens Can Reduce Risks on the Road
- Federal Rule to Require Back-Up Cameras in All Vehicles Expected Soon
- Insurance Basics for New York Drivers
- Westchester County DWI Forfeiture Law: Adequate Protections for Drivers?
- New York DWI Checkpoints: Not an Efficient Use of Resources
- New York Impaired Driving Task Force Considers Options
- Leandra’s Law: One Year Later
- Traffic Stops, Field Sobriety Tests and New York Motorists
- By the Numbers: New York Ranks Low in Drunk Driving Offenses
- The Role of ‘Parent Party Patrols’ in Controlling Teen Drinking
- Leandra’s Law Targets Drugged Drivers As Well As Drunk Drivers
- Different Sentences in Similar Cases Under Leandra’s Law
- Lack of Standard for Drugged Driving in New York Affects Enforcement
- Proposal to Reform New York DWI Laws Would Do Harm
- Repeat DWI offenders now face permanent license revocation
- Number of teens drinking and driving declining
- New York strictly enforcing new multiple offender DWI regulations
- Texting and driving infiltrates gaming world: Applications in New York
- New York courts throw out five DWI cases for illegal checkpoint
- Post-accident protocol tips
- Report: DOT agencies withdraw proposed sleep apnea testing rule
- What is the drug and alcohol clearinghouse?